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i dont know what to do..

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  • Posted By: littlemama81
  • May 9, 2007
  • 05:57 PM

im pregnant and im 100%sure that i have bv but my current obgyn took a ph test and said that it came back fine and that i didnt have bv. during my last pregnancy i did have bv and the other obgyn i was seeing gave me an antibiotic. I have the same exact symptoms as i had last time but the tests say i dont have it .. i am so aggrivated and i dont know what to do! it couldent be anything else because all my lab work came back negative for any kind of stds.. should i request another test..because this problem is not a problem i like living with

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  • Please get yourself a good quality probiotic with several strains of beneficial bacteria. JarroDophilus EPS is a good brand. At night, insert one capsule in your vagina...if you can do this twice a day it would be even better. You may have candida overload, which can occur with hormonal changes during pregnancy. I don't see the benefit of more testing, as candida is hard to test for, and if all other tests came clear, then PLEASE try this treatment above! I had BV while pregnant, and couldn't take the flagyl- had horrible side effects. I went to a midwife who was a certified herbalist, and she recommended this treatment. I did this for nearly two weeks and it worked! I felt so much better - please try this! Best wishesDOM
    acuann 3080 Replies Flag this Response
  • thanks.. where do i get something like this at?
    littlemama81 2 Replies Flag this Response
  • ONline you can order from www.vitacost.com - very good prices and customer service. Or you can find this at any good healthfood store. DOM
    acuann 3080 Replies Flag this Response
  • Thanks so much
    littlemama81 2 Replies Flag this Response
  • You are welcome:) . Let us know how you do with this.DOM
    acuann 3080 Replies Flag this Response
  • i would suggest that you see a different gyn, and have the test re done so that you can stop worrying as soon as possible. 2nd opinions are always a good thing believe me.
    jmunding 2 Replies Flag this Response
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